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Prinknash Abbey Bird and Deer Park

On entering the Park over 50 peacocks and waterfowl welcome you as you walk towards the Love Bird Aviary and the Golden Wood full of golden Pheasants leading to the haunted 'Monks' Fish Pond' teeming with large fish.

Leaving the wood your attention is quickly drawn to the lovely two storey Tudor Wendy House by the lake. Walking away from the Wendy House and skirting the lake with its romantic island and numerous swans, ducks and geese you are quickly distracted by the tame, charming Fallow Deer, nosing into your handbags and pockets, following you towards the White Peacocks on the tree lined path leading to the Domed Aviary full of song birds. Looking to your right the graceful Crown Cranes tread their measured steps towards the pretty Gazebo reflected in the formal pool.

With the Deer still in attendance you will pass the Black Swans and the wild 'Deer Park' with its great stag and herd of Fallow Deer, ending your visit along the path leading to the water garden and Pergola to the Budgerigar Aviary. All this and more you will see in this lovely nine acre parkland.

General Information:

  • Unsuitable for wheelchairs but disabled visitors and carers may enter free at their own risk
  • No dogs in the Bird Park
  • Shop
  • Tea Room

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    M5 junction 11a, A417 Cirencester, take first exit signed A46 Stroud. Follow brown signs. Situated on A46 between Cheltenham and Stroud.

    Prinknash Abbey Bird and Deer Park Postcode for SatNav: GL4 8EX


    +44 (0)1452 812 727

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